Louis de Mieulle | Stars, Plants and Bugs

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Stars, Plants and Bugs

by Louis de Mieulle

Surrealist concept album about vibrant constellations, ancient trees and neurotic insects. Unclassifiable music, from jazz prog to neo-classical, through math, electro, tribal, and video game.
Genre: New Age: Self-Help
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Opening: Petrified Wood #1
4:16 $1.50
2. Gemini, Pt. 1: Castor (Yin) [Including Petrified Wood #3]
8:54 $1.50
3. Insect Party: Intro: Millipede, Caterpillars / Choral: Lightning Bugs, Mosquito / Solo Dance: Cockchafer / Outro: Ants On Millipede
6:48 $1.50
4. Nanobot
4:44 $1.50
5. Green Hojary
6:47 $1.50
6. Gemini, Pt. 2: Pollux (Yang) [Including Point of No Return]
9:21 $1.50
7. Taurus Asleep
13:10 $1.50
8. Doff
4:11 $1.50
9. Malt
6:25 $1.50
10. Closing: Petrified Wood #2
3:15 $1.50
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Album Notes
Second album from NYC-based french bassist/composer. Featuring Matt Garstka (drums), Casimir Liberski (keyboards), Sarpay "SharpEye" Özçagatay (flute), Tareq Rantisi (percussion).
Written and produced by Louis de Mieulle. Recorded and mixed by Aaron Nevezie (The Bunker Studio). Mastered by Scott Hull (Masterdisk). Dalang!Records.
Ten tracks/scenes illustrate a surrealistic plot involving vibrant constellations, noble trees and neurotic insects. It's also a reflexion on Life, Death and Rebirth.
A kaleidoscope of styles unified by Louis' minimalistic bass playing.

"The arrangements drift seamlessly from modernistic electronic and sci-fi fuzzed bass backgrounds, to venture forth across spacious cosmic vastness, to dropping in on rarefied alt-lounge jazz piano respectfully paying homage to ancient wonder." [Roger Trenwith - The Progressive Aspect]




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